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Rx to De-Stress

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Spring 2016
Nutritional Science 98/198
1 Unit(s)

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About the Course:

We have all experienced it. It happens every time you pull that all­nighter to finish your 8­page paper due at 11 a.m. the next morning (even though it was clearly assigned to you a month ago). You get that feeling no matter how much (or how little) you’ve studied for your upcoming midterm. It comes back every time you question what your future holds for you. We all know that feeling. It’s the feeling of stress. You don’t have to feel that way all the time. You​ can take control and do something about it. That is exactly what you will learn in this class. You will learn from each other and share methods that you have found effective in dealing with stress.

 

Goals of this Class:

● Learn various fun ways to reduce stress.

● Learn about the main causes of stress in college students, and keep track of the main causes of stress for you.

● Understand the general biological mechanisms of stress.

● Figure out the methods of relieving stress that are most effective for you.

● Teach and learn from each other to help your peers manage their stress.

● Become a more productive person by spending less time stressing yourself out and instead doing something about it.

● Keep ​calm​. Even when you’re stressed.

How to Enroll:

First come, first served. 

Course Contact: rxtodestress AT gmail.com

Faculty Sponsor: Lisa F. Barcellos

Time & Location:

SectionFacilitatorsSizeLocationTimeStartsStatusCCNs
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Amy He
Paul Lee
50Dwinelle 160M 5p-6p1/25started
NST 98/198[?]
Amy He
Paul Lee
50160 DwinelleM 5p-6p1/25started

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